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10. By Bhavani Shankar on 2010-06-20

Build with -D__STDC_CONSTANT_MACROS to fix FTBFS LP: #596615

9. By Martin Pitt on 2010-04-01

No-change rebuild against libx264-85.

8. By Reinhard Tartler on 2010-01-19

rebuild for ffmpeg versioned symbols

7. By Alessio Treglia on 2009-11-23

* Xvidcore transition (LP: #486169).
* Drop ccache support.
* Don't build with -j.

6. By John Dong on 2009-10-06

debian/patches/08_strcasestr.dpatch: Fix FTBFS due to strcasestr
declaration (LP: #444555). Patch by Urs Fleisch.

5. By Reinhard Tartler on 2009-02-19

fetch 07_ffmepg-path.diff from marillat to fix building against
the new ffmpeg package LP: #311184

4. By Iain Lane on 2008-08-29

* Rebuild for liblame -> libmp3lame transition and adjust b-ds accordingly
  (LP: #262441).
* debian/patches/05_multiple_parameters.dpatch: Rename a parameter which had
  an identical name to another.

3. By Reinhard Tartler on 2008-06-09

No-change rebuild against new ffmpeg

2. By Mario Limonciello on 2008-01-12

[ Mario Limonciello ]
* debian/control:
  - Don't build depend on libfaac-dev or libfaad-dev.
    Readme indicates that both can cause troubles with the build.
  - Build depend on non cvs variants of libavcodec-dev and libavutil-dev
  - Update maintainer field.
  - Drop bugs field.
* Add 04_bashishms.dpatch for a few dash/bash related problems during build.
* Repack .orig.tar.gz to remove doc/{*.pdf,*.jpg} and
  lib/rtp/test-libcommon for DFSG.

[ John Dong ]
* debian/copyright:
  - Include licenses for all included source packages.

1. By Mario Limonciello on 2008-01-12

Import upstream version 1.6dfsg

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